CoMusic Review: Photos from Portugal, the Man at The Blue Note

The Blue Note was filled almost to capacity last night for Portugal, The Man. The stage was littered with glowing orbs. Paired with a couple floodlights on either side of the stage and a bounty of fog, the entire room was aglow. The band rarely took a break between songs, but they still managed to compliment Columbia three times on being such an awesome town. The question “Who saw us last time at Mojo’s?” elicited cheers from all around the room. The doors must have busted off Mojo’s if all those people were actually there. The band blazed through a 19 song set, plus a three song encore, much to the delight of the generous crowd. Setlist below the photos.

Alberta Cross opened the show with their brand of southern rock by way of New York by way of Western Europe. Their set was solid. I will definitely see them again if they roll through town on a headlining tour. But I’m definitely investing in some better earplugs, they were f’in loud.

Alberta Cross

Portugal, the Man setlist:

So American
Work All Day
Devil/Helter Skelter
Sludge
AKA M80
The Woods
Head is Like a Flame
Young Dudes
Elephants
Floating
All Your Light
1989
Do You?
Every One is Golden
Got it All
Mornings
The Sun
Senseless
Sleep Fovever

Soldiers Say
Guns and Dogs
And I

Comments

  1. The last Mojo’s show was outside. There were definitely a lot of people at that one. It was great, but I thought this show was even better.

  2. Clayton Carroll says:

    Hello Im the in depth editor for the Jefferson City High School paper and id like to use one of your photos in a layout im doing please get back to me as soon as you can.

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